Adult Programs

Great Courses Discussion Group

What is The Great Courses? 

Great Courses is a series of college-level video courses taught by real professors. The lectures are streamed, followed by brief discussion periods: no cost, commitment, or homework. New participants are welcome at any time. 

What is the course currently being presented?

The Vikings

Course Description: Stories about the Vikings are the stuff of legends--but are they myth or fact? The Vikings were warriors, explorers, and traders. Were the savages or a precision army? How Do we explain their puzzling disappearance? What information we have is largely drawn from archaeological studies, as there is no written record of their exploits, yet their influence is undeniable.

Learn about the impact of the Vikings on the history and culture of Western civilization in this fascinating course taught by an award-winning professor pf history, Dr. Kenneth Harl of Tulane University.

When and where does the discussion group meet?

The group meets every Monday from 6:30-8:00 PM. Due to the popularity of the program and the space limitations of the library, the program is now held at Discover Church at 15495 US Highway 90 E.

Book Clubs

We currently have two monthly book clubs. One meets mornings, and the other meets evenings. Please see the Book Clubs tab for more info.

Seasonal Programs



We routinely offer seasonal programs for adults, such as macrame workshops and holiday wreath-making sessions. Please visit us on Facebook and Instagram for the most up-to-date info on upcoming programs. 


More to Come...

The library would like to expand its selection of adult programs in the near future. If there is something in particular you would like us to add; please let us know!